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What will he do with them all you may ask? They’ll be shipped to Terracycle, a New Jersey based company that specializes in hard-to-recycle waste.New England Cable News · May 2, 2013
With the RightCycle program, items are deposited in either a RightCycle collection box or in the client’s own boxes. Full boxes are assembled onto pallets and picked up by Kimberly-Clark Professional recycling partner TerraCycle. After the products are collected, they … Continue ReadingEnvironmental Leader · May 2, 2013
During their research, students discovered a company, Terra Cycle, who could recycle the cigarette butts and proposed it as a solution during their presentation to the Green Team. This initiative, creativity and passion for sustainable solutions led to President Nancy … Continue ReadingThe Anchor Online · May 2, 2013
Whitemarsh Elementary Students Teach Older Kids About UpcyclingPatch.com · May 2, 2013
Ranney’s Lower School kicked off Earth Day last week with a new recycling project that focuses on electronics. In collaboration with Terracycle, which provides free waste-collection programs for hard-to-recycle materials, students and their families are collecting unwanted or no longer … Continue ReadingThe Monmouth Journal · May 1, 2013
Ranney’s Lower School kicked off Earth Day during the week of April 22, 2013 with a new recycling project that focuses on electronics. In collaboration with Terracycle, which provides free waste-collection programs for hard-to-recycle materials, students and their families are … Continue ReadingPatch.com - Freehold, NJ · May 1, 2013
Spearheaded by science teacher Carole Andreazza, the middle school group is making its mark by donating recyclable items like juice packets to Terracycle, a Trenton-based group that creates products and plastics out of recyclables.The Citizen News · Apr 30, 2013
This banner was made possible with almost $1,500 raised from recycling juice pouches and chip bags through a company called TerraCycle. Scocchi said the rest of the money will go toward more projects, like the tree planting, as well as … Continue ReadingPerkasie News Herald · Apr 30, 2013
TerraCycle Inc. reached $7 million donated to schools and charities across the country and around the world with help from Mary B. Neal Elementary School in Waldorf.Southern Maryland News · Apr 30, 2013
On December 14, 2012, just three days before the Sandy Hook tragedy, Terra Cycle received their school’s first shipment of juice pouches. As a new school brigade, you can just imagine the excitement at Sandy Hook among the kids, teachers … Continue ReadingGreen Booty Blog · Apr 30, 2013